Accenture Duck Creek Policy Consultant in Chicago, Illinois

Title: Duck Creek Policy Consultant Location: USA-Midwest Job Number: 00556198

Join Accenture in helping transform our clients’ capabilities through the implementation and support of Duck Creek Technologies’ (DCT) software, in the following areas:

Responsible for overall ownership of the development effort of the DCT solution throughout the SDLC, from planning through maintenance. This includes oversight and review of technical designs that meet the client’s business requirements, driving the direction of development and configuration of components as they integrate with other parts of the software and third-party/downstream systems, support of defect fixes throughout the test phases, and support of implementation and maintenance activities. Within DCT – you will be responsible for understanding and supporting the entire breadth of the software (FNOL, Desktop, Financials, and Business Content) including how those components are impacted and modified by Consoles.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Otherduties may be assigned.

  • Designs, develops, troubleshoots, debugs, and implementscustom packaged software.

  • Integrates applications with backend databases, third partyAPI’s and other Data sources.

  • Researches, tests, build and coordinates the integration ofnew products and services per client requirements.

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years ofexperience in designing and developing Duck Creek ManuScript Hierarchy,Duck Creek Rating and/or core Billing Configuration

  • Minimum 3 years ofhands-on hands on technical experience with systems integration (Policy,Billing, Claims, Reinsurance, third-party systems)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Excellent analytical andtechnical skills.

  • Excellent written andverbal communication skills.

  • Excellent interpersonalskills and a team player.

  • Bachelor's Degree inComputer Science or equivalent work experience

Job: Business & Technology Integration